31 Mar 2020
Geralt lives a dangerous life, and Jaskier is right there alongside him. How do they survive illness and injury in Middle Ages? A series of one-shots dedicated to demonstrating the real-life medical techniques of Medieval Europe. Lots of hurt/comfort, descriptions of medical treatments, and cool history facts.
Chapter 1: Preface
Chapter 2: Removing an arrow
26 Mar 2020
Jaskier knows two things:
1. He cares about Geralt.
2. He ran headlong into danger when Geralt's life was at risk.
But though the first statement tells him why the risk to Geralt mattered to him, it doesn't explain the course of action he took. And he would really like an answer.
Because he's alone now, and with injuries like these, well... Suffice to say, if Jaskier is to die for this one act, it would be nice to know why.
04 Mar 2020
Honesty comes naturally to Geralt. Sincerity is another matter altogether.
While I wrangle with my WIP, have a tender little drabble. Geralt's words are from Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace", by way of Dave Molloy's musical "Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812".
Magic has a very simple rule: There is no conjuring something from nothing. There’s a give and a take.
In order to stop death, a price must be paid.
The question is, how much is a life worth?
Bookmarked by CandlemasBells
28 Feb 2020